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My used 2007 Frontier SE (Crew Cab) appears to have the Utili-Track bed, but someone removed the side rails. I may inquire of local scrap yards to see if I can find any, but I'm not inclined to pay the price of buying new ones. Alternatively, I'm wondering if I would be just as happy to mount some D-rings to have a series of fixed points along the bed for connecting ropes or straps. To save me having to find and try a bunch of different size screws, can anyone tell me what size screw is required for these holes? What length is recommended?

I've never had a truck before, so I'm not necessarily that confident on the best way to utilize a truck bed. I don't have specific transport needs (no ATV, motorcycle, kayak, etc.), but I anticipate transporting furniture, appliances, etc. from time to time.
 

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So, I tracked down the previous owner of my truck, and it turned out that he still had the Utili-Track rails and cleats (and a missing headrest and cup holder) sitting in his garage, so I now have the original rails. I am, however, still missing 3 of the T40 screws. I'm going to try to find some equivalents at a local hardware store, but it seems like this wouldn't be a really common style of screw. Does anyone have the OEM part number for the screws?
 

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So, I tracked down the previous owner of my truck, and it turned out that he still had the Utili-Track rails and cleats (and a missing headrest and cup holder) sitting in his garage, so I now have the original rails. I am, however, still missing 3 of the T40 screws. I'm going to try to find some equivalents at a local hardware store, but it seems like this wouldn't be a really common style of screw. Does anyone have the OEM part number for the screws?
T40 being the size of the tool that fits should equate to an 8mm 1.25 pitch metric fastener...
 

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Thanks for the confirmation! I ended up buying some pan-head hex-socket screws at the local hardware store, but I'm glad to have the factory part number in case I decide to make them all match.
 
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